About Gardermoen Campus
The potential for innovation within the Norwegian health industry is high. Increased demand for user-centric solutions alongside new welfare technology entails unique possibilities for innovation and interaction. Gardermoen Campus aims to create an arena for innovation and increased interaction between health industries in Norway.
Gardermoen Campus is a large development area of about 60 acres. The area is developed with 38.000 sqm of buildings, and there is room for a further 30.000 sqm.
The establishment of the LHL Clinics and the Health House at Gardermoen has created the basis for a business and service cluster, especially within a large proportion of health-related activities such as medicine, research and development, technology, services, education, public/private health services and other knowledge-based industry.
Various business and service functions provides a basis for a range of local services, including meeting places, restaurants and cafes and active outdoor spaces, to the benefit of the hospital and the surrounding community. The area offers considerable potential as a link between adjoining recreational spaces and could become a leisure destination that lies within acceptable walking and cycling distance of the residential areas in the nearby town of Jessheim, without competing with Jessheim’s position as the centre of the area.
The area is being developed by Gardermoen Campus Utvikling AS, which is jointly owned by Hemfosa Samfunnsbygg AS and Aspelin Ramm Eiendom AS. The buildings are designed by Nordic Office of Architecture, whose past designs include St. Olavs hospital in Trondheim and the Oslo Airport Gardermoen expansion project.